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of london being very jealous this is their part of the city. a conversation with the queen and the thatcher family. and watching all that with me here, and peter hennessy, professor of contemporary history. a big contemporary event. as we are watching these pictures, what would you say, peter, about the events? >> it brings out the right of passage of ceremony, the choreography, and the music. we do seem to be natural when it comes to this. it is a great right of passage where everyone stood as an individual. this is an extraordinary event. as the same way she now passes into the hands of historians. it's intriguing to speculate how the long view of history will regard her. the queen, the duke flying the royal standard. and they will be on their way. >> how well do you think this whole morning, the ceremonial and in the service, has managed to bridge that gap between lady thatcher, the woman, the family we're talking about, the bishop was talking about, and lady thatcher the political activist who arrived in such a confusion of opinion with many people for hostile, the very things but i had
ronald reagan and margaret thatcher. her tenure overlapped eight years and mr. wapshott offers the leaders are advocates of each other. margaret thatcher died on april 8, 2013. this is a little over an hour. >> few would've believed the itinerant shoe salesman that would seek to revitalize the dispirited nation ultimately be seen as changing the world. likewise, few would have imagined that their neighborhood grocer's daughter was destined to change the course of her country and influence the direction of an international community. how fortunate for the cause of freedom that these two individuals under president ronald reagan and baroness thatcher came to positions of leadership from both of their nations needed them most. as iraq are today will discuss, there is this political marriage based upon ideology and a true meeting of the mind. ronald reagan -- "ronald reagan and margaret thatcher: a political marriage," nicholas wapshott reveals even more clearly the rare relationship between these two world leaders. mr. wapshott is an editor at the new york sun and the former new y
-span.org. >> on wednesday the british house of commons held a special tribute session to honor margaret thatcher. speakers included david cameron, the deputy minister and the opposition leader. the funeral is scheduled for this wednesday at st. paul's cathedral in london. we will have it live beginning at 4:30 p.m. eastern time. this is an hour and 25 minutes. >> order, order. >> margaret thatcher was our first and so far only woman prime minister. she won three elections in a row, serving this country for a longer continuous. than any prime minister for more than 150 years. she defined and overcame the great challenges of her age and astride the parliament has been recalled recalled to mark our respect. next also right that wednesday, lady thatcher's coffin will be draped with the flag that she loved. it will be placed on a gun carriage and taken to st. paul's cathedral. members of all three services will line the roof. this will be a fitting salute to a great prime minister. today, we in the house of commons are here to pay our own tribute to an extraordinary leader and woman. what she achieves, even be
-span two. wednesday, the british house of commons held a special tribute session to honor margaret thatcher, died last week at the age of 87. speakers included prime minister david deputy prime minister nikolai and opposition leader treadmill event. her funeral is scheduled for this wednesday at st. paul's cathedral in london. we will have it live on c-span two, beginning at 4:15 a.m. eastern time. this tribute is one hour and 25 minutes. >> i beg to move emotion. in the long history history of this parliament, margaret thatcher was our first and so far our only woman prime minister. she won three elections in a country for ahis longer continuous. than any prime minister for more than 150 years. she defined and overcame the great challenges of her age and astride the parliament has been recalled recalled to mark our respect. it is also right that next wednesday, lady thatcher's coffin will be draped with the flag that she loved. it will be placed on a gun carriage and taken to st. paul's cathedral. members of all three services will line the roof. this will be a fitting salute to a great pr
british prime minister margaret thatcher passes away leaving behind a huge legacy in britain and odd confusion on twitter. and what was russian president vladimir few -- putin's reaction to protesters? and what does snoop dogg think of rappers? i got nothing else to say to you, man. >> i'm glad. >> i'm glad you're glad. >> nothing about my shirt? >> no, i'm -- i was raised to believe if you can't say nothing nice, say nothing. >> go away, jerk. let's welcome our guest. she is so british she named her kids fish and chips. i am here with -- immogeth lloyd webber. if fierce commentary was a box of crayons he would come in 24 different colors. it is gavin mcguinness. and in peru he is considered a back scrubber, bill schulz. and she is so sharp she can't travel by hot air balloon. next to me, fox news national security analyst, kt mcfarland. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. and now back to america's least favorite host. >> thank you. the star of "moon struck" had run out of luck or so some people on twitter thought when margaret thatcher died. an anti-thatcher website starte
. we don't know if that is going to happen. >> we do talk about mrs. thatcher, but conservatives talk about how she turned around the british economy. it took 15 years. 15 years . barack obama was condemned after a year and a half. >> and reagan's worked it took 15 years and george w policy work? >> no, if we use the same logic that the conservatives are applying to mrs. thatcher and will not give to president obama. >> we have to leave it there. marget thatcher is coming up on the next block. america is celebrating equal pay days for women this week. but did margaret thatcher show us why merit pay would put more money in women's pockets? we'll be back at 1:00 p.m. eastern only on fox. >> elizabeth: welcome back. lawmakers pushing for equal pay for women. it is happening as the world said goodbye to a powerful woman who championed merit play. margaret thatcher talked about the merit pay. explain sabrain? >> merit pay is the way to go. women's groups are pushing for equal pay . the idea that women only make 77 cents of a dollar that a man makes. if you look at time out of the workplace
of margaret thatcher. among those were the -- were queen elizabeth and dignitaries from boston to a we had this around the world. thousands lined the streets to pay respects. a small number also protested. >> they did not stop all the clocks, but they did simons began. they did cancel prime minister's questions. -- they did silence of big ben. they did cancel prime minister's questions. all marks of respect for the only female prime minister in 150 years. the clock -- the crowds all applauded. she was driven past downing street for one last time. ♪ never seen will another like margaret thatcher. britain may never see another funeral quite like this one, not for a politician rather than a member of the royal family. her coffin was transferred to a gun carriage. her route, lined by officers wearing black never see muzzless, pointed down as a mark of respect. the presence of her majesty, the queen, her final honor, extended to no other prime minister since the death of winston churchill. this was a funeral not just for a public figure, but a grandmother and mother. carol thatcher and her br
to former prime minister, margaret thatcher. mrs. thatcher, commonly known as the iron lady database stroke on monday at the age of 87. speakers included deputy prime minister, nick clegg and deputy opposition leader, edward miliband. >> order, order. tributes to the right honorable baroness, zero glm. i called the prime minister. mr. speaker, a day to the notion. in the long history of this parliament, margaret thatcher was the affairs and so far only woman prime minister. she went three elections in a row serving this country for longer continuous. the 90 prime minister for more than 150 years. she defined it overcame the great challenges of our age and it is right that parliament has been recalled to mark our respect. mr. speaker, it is also read the next one day, maybe that's just possible the jury could decide to factions are placed on a gun carriage and taken to singapore's cathedral member of all three services wilander group. today, we in the house of commons paid tributes the dirt to an extraordinary women. what she achieved even before her three terms in office is remarkable. thos
or video recordings. amid tight security, london prepares for the funeral of margaret thatcher. but first, there is still one last stop at westminster. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. we will go to the end of the earth to identify those responsible for this despicable crime. that was the promise today from the fbi agent in charge of the boston bombings. but a day later, we still do not know who carried out these attacks or why. the white house has just announced that president obama will travel to boston for an interstate service on thursday. laura joins us from a city still in shock. >> yes, cathy, a very somber city. as you just heard in the update from fbi officials in boston, someone knows who did this. they said they are appealing to the public for clues. we also have an update on the forensic examination of the site where the bomb went off. it seems the bomb was contained in a pressure cooker and carried in a black nylon backpack. at the moment, no more questions have been answered. my colleague has this report. >> runners were struggling
. amid tight security, london prepares for the funeral of margaret thatcher. but first, there is still one last stop at westminster. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. we will go to the end of the earth to identify those responsible for this despicable crime. that was the promise today from the fbi agent in charge of the boston bombings. but a day later, we still do not know who carried out these attacks or why. the white house has just announced that president obama will travel to boston for an interstate service on thursday. laura joins us from a city still in shock. >> yes, cathy, a very somber city. as you just heard in the update from fbi officials in boston, someone knows who did this. they said they are appealing to the public for clues. we also have an update on the forensic examination of the site where the bomb went off. it seems the bomb was contained in a pressure cooker and carried in a black nylon backpack. at the moment, no more questions have been answered. my colleague has this report. >> runners were struggling to the finish l
on set. he's at margaret thatcher's funeral. we'll have coverage leading up to that 11:00 here in london. in the meantime, we are keeping an eye on the markets. we want to draw your attention to moves that we're seeing now. german market down 4.3%. we see the ftse down in a range of half to three-quarters of 1% and a session started strongly this morning following the rebound we did see in wall street and asian markets as well holding up reasonably firm today. so just going to take a look now across the board at some of the weakness that we're seeing. europe stocks dropping 0.6 of 1%. this follows a session in which we have seen japanese stocks do okay. nikkei up better than 1% today. kospi in the green. only red across asia -- this is a european move. we'll continue to follow it for you this morning keeping an eye on those levels and also coming up on the program today, japan's consumer confidence did jump to a fresh six-year high. we'll get you live reaction from tokyo in a moment. and we'll take a closer look at the nature of the attacks at the boston marathon. >>> also after reportin
in london -- london has two activities coming up right around the corner, the funeral for lady thatcher and the london marathon. i saw comments from home secretary john read this morning were on the mark, a new way of reviewing arrangements. you gather information from things happening a week ago, two days ago. >> realistically, what can we do in democratic societies to ensure the soft targets are safe? it is remarkable that there has not been an attack a and in the u.s. on a soft target since 9/11. that is extraordinary. >> on the 9/11 commission we were very aware and sensitive about overseas attacks from al qaeda or a domestic group. first, it is trying to make sure the resources are allocated right. secondly, it is to get unity of command and unity of effort. thirdly, it is to tell the fbi that they cannot just be concerned about criminal justice and law enforcement. they have to prioritize national security. fourth, they have to be proactive in disrupting plots. fifth, we need new technology. we are seeing cameras and local communities, sensors. we will probably seek a fierce debat
evans has the latest. cheering the death of margaret thatcher. >> ding dong the witch is dead. >> explaining whthe british prime minister evokes strong feelings even after she's gone. >> and new hope taking root, anna werner introduces us to the those bringing the fire rife aged lost pines of texas back to life. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> good evening, i'm jim axelrod with a west coast edition of the broadcast. for the last month they've been looking for kor killers of three people including two prosecutors in kaufman, texas. about 30 miles southeast of dallas. in the last 72 hours the search for clues has narrowed it to two locations and apparently one man. we have two reports tonight beginning with manual bojorquez. >> investigators search the storage facility saturday about 10 miles from where the murders happened. they pulled a white crown victoria from one unit. also multiple guns, ballistic tests are being done on the weapons to see if they are connected to the murders. just a day before the search focused on the kaufman, texas, home o
. >> we do talk about mrs. thatcher, but conservatives talk about how she turned around the british economy. it took 15 years. 15 years . barack obama was condemned after a year and a half. >> and reagan's worked it took 15 years and george w policy work? >> no, if we use the same logic that the conservatives are applying to mrs. thatcher and will not give to president obama. >> we have to leave it there. marget thatcher is coming up on the next block. america is celebrating equal pay days for women this week. but did margaret thatcher show us why merit pay would put more money in women's pockets? charles schwab, we've committed to setting the bar high by going low. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 like offering schwab etfs tdd# 1-800-345-2550 with the lowest operating expenses tdd# 1-800-345-2550 in their respective lipper categories -- tdd# 1-800-345-2550 lower than ishares tdd# 1-800-345-2550 and vanguard. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 and with all our etfs commission-free tdd# 1-800-345-2550 when traded online in a schwab account, tdd# 1-800-345-2550 it leaves our investors with more money to invest.
>> final farewell to margaret thatcher. people gather in st. paul's cathedral for a final goodbye to britain oppose the only female prime minister. assome did turn their backs it made its way. on the whole, this ceremonial funeral for margaret thatcher has been peaceful and respectful. hello. this is al jazeera, live from in doha. also ahead, glass in bengaluru. -- blasts. in the's main opposition party has been targeted. anthony nicolas checque on the boston bombing. the mpia reveals photographs on an explosive device that they say involves kitchen pressure cookers. 0-- the fbi reveals photographs. the funeral for margaret thatcher has just ended in london. her body lay overnight in parliament. the procession traveled through central london to st. paul's cathedral. large crowds gathered along the route. 4000 police officers were on duty. a funeral service with military honors was held in st. paul's cathedral. world leaders were among 2300 guests. current prime minister david cameron and tyler the queen were there. the second time the queen has attended a funeral of a british prim
in from maryland. we will focus on the legacy of former british prime minister margaret thatcher with a columnist for "the economist." "washington journal" is next. host: good morning and welcome. 24 hours after the attacks in boston, flags remain at half staff in washington and boston. no one has claimed responsibility. the investigation is wide open with 30 agencies looking for clues. the victim's, and 8-year-old from boston, a 29-year-old from massachusetts, and the third person, a chinese national attending graduate school at family --versity, her her identity has not been released, waiting for permission former family. we are taking your phone calls. others, 382. send us a tweet. post your comments on facebook. and you can e-mail us. cod timesith the cape this morning, courtesy of the newseum in washington. pictures of people in flowers at the site of the two bombings in massachusetts. also, pictures of the two victims of we know about, martin richards and crystal campbell, both from massachusetts. the front page of the washington times this morning, this is their headline -
history. do you anticipate anything like that with mrs. thatcher? did she connect with the british pluck in the same way? >> -- public in the same way? >> that's a very good question, that's very astute. because you know in a way what the answer is. she's 82. a grand old lady. she is well regarded by many people in the business, but she's not well liked. and it is the profound difference, really, between the two of them. because they both shared so much in common. belief, ideology, practice, eight years shared. but ronnie reagan was just a different character. that's why i think the republicans are barking up the wrong tree if they're trying to look for another ronald reagan. he just was a special person who comes along once every now and then. and his, it came through all sorts of things. it wasn't even hollywood which did this to him. he was already a charmer when he was a young man. and he also found that he had a rappaport both at -- rapport. he just found it natural. he was a very funny, optimistic, likable personality who told endless anecdotes and jokes to lubricate the whee
margaret thatcher's faith strenthenen political philosophy. >> wendy: the united kingdom and the world are remembering the legacy of former british prime minister margaret thatcher. the iron lady died of a stroke at the age of 87. as mark martin tells us, she was a cultural icon. >> reporter: it was said that margaret thatcher returned the great to great britain. she burst onto the political scene at the age of 34. in 1979, she swept the conservative party into power and became the first woman prime minister. her political policies were steadfast nave communism, and premarkets. >> i presume this is to enable us to sweep britain clean. >> reporter: former anglican archbishop george perry knew her very well. >> she was a fabulous person, very convicted about what she thought was right for the country. she polarized public opinion. in the end, we'll look back on her particular history and to say that actually woke us up. and we're stronger for her leadership. >> reporter: her christian faith was embodied in her political beliefs in the policies she pursued. she famously quoted from st. fr
thatcher, is laid to rest in london. >> and french executives go on trial, accused of knowingly selling defective breast implants to tens of thousands of women worldwide. investigators in the u.s. are starting to piece together clues from the boston bombing, but they have denied earlier media reports that a suspect was in custody and about to appear in court. we are going to go live to boston in a bit. >> the fbi says a global hunt for the suspect is underway and there has been significant progress in the forensic work on the bomb fragments. >> after two days of coming through evidence, there were reports of a major breakthrough in the hunt for the person or persons who planted the bombs. several outlets reported an arrest based on cctv footage of a man seen leaving the scene. authorities now refute those reports of interest -- of an arrest. war 170 people were injured. -- more than 170 people were injured. earlier on tuesday, they found the remains of the bombs, fragments of a pressure cooker, filled with nails, ball bearings, and explosives. the crude but deadly devices similar to one
. the ship will arrive in japan in about two months. >>> former british prime minister margaret thatcher has been laid to rest. known as the iron lady, thatcher was a divisive figure who was both loved and despised. she died last monday at the age of 87. ♪ more than 2,000 guests from around the world attended a memorial service at st. paul's cathedral in central london. they included queen elizabeth ii and her husband prince philip. british prime minister david cameron and other world dignitaries were also at the funeral. the bishop of london, the right reverend richard charters paid tribute to thatcher's achievements during the service. he expressed thanks for her leadership, courage, and determination to carry out reform. before the ceremony, thatcher's coffin traveled from westminster palace to the cathedral along streets lined with mourners. >> she changed the lives dramatically of everyone here in this country. in short, we were considered to be a third world. after 11 years of her leadership we actually became a formidable economic power. >> reporter: about 4,000 police officers were
out to wish margaret thatcher a fond farewell, others to bid her good riddance. >> brown: marcia coyle has analysis of today's unanimous ruling from the supreme court that blocks human rights cases abroad from being tried in the u.s. >> ifill: and judy woodruff talks to the author of the new book "clean," about his deep dive into the myths and realities of drug addiction. >> it's seen as a choice: "if you're having problems in your life because you're using drugs or you're drinking, stop." well, people who are addicted would stop, if they could. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: the campaign for new curbs on guns ran into senate opposition today that it could not overcome. 41 republicans joined with five democrats to kill the proposal that was thought to have the best chan
for travellers. >>> the united kingdom said good-bye to margaret thatcher today. the funeral at st. paul's cathedral attended by the queen, dignitaries from 170 countries around the world, and all four of maggie thatcher's successors including the current prime minister, david cameron. thatcher's 19-year-old american-born granddaughter amanda gave a reading from the bible. thousands of londoners lined the route to show respect and some protested amid heavy security. margaret thatcher, the so-called iron lady, died last week at 87. we have posted a full report on the day in london by kier simmons on our website tonight. >>> the assassinations of two prominent public officials have been in the news. for a time they had investigators baffled. they left the entire state of texas on edge. tonight we can report police say the wife of a former texas justice of the peace has confessed she was involved in the shooting deaths of a district attorney, his wife and a county prosecutor. according to an affidavit she says her husband eric williams pulled the trigger. he has not yet been charged. the tw
at margaret thatcher's funeral. we begin with a report from garry gibbon of "independent television news." >> reporter: 23 years after she left downing street margaret thatcher passed one last time. the crowds three deep near parliament, now five deep and breaking into applause. at st. paul's cathedral world leaders past and present were arriving to take their seats-- israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, former u.s. vice president dick cheney. at the r.a.f. chuch st. clement danes, the coffin was placed on a gun carriage-- the stuff of royal funerals given to few commoners. the crowds were now sometimes ten deep, some wiping away tears. in an echo of the state funeral the queen granted winston churchill in 1965, margaret thatcher's coffin was carried up the steps to st. paul's. the queen and prince philip sat across from the thatcher family. the first reading was given by margaret thatcher's 19-year-old granddaughter who was born in america and is now a student there. >> stand, therefore, and having on the breast plate of righteousness. >> davi >> reporter: david cameron who spent
in london where we take a live look at the coffin of margaret thatcher as it arrives in st. pauls kau they had dral. amy kellogg joins us from london with more. >> hi patti ann. high hi heather. it is being delivered to the chapel where there will be a short service then it will be carried on to st. paul's cathedral where the funeral is going to take place. vip guests have been arriving over the past hour at st. paul's cathedral. this is going to be the funeral for margaret thatcher who was the first and only female british prime minister and the longest serving prime minister of the 20th century in the united kingdom. she is obviously also the prime minister with the strongest legacy. there are 2,000 guests who have been invited. some of the peers declined to travel because of their age nancy reagan and mikhail gorbachev to name a few but henry kissinger is here as well as james baker and former vice president dick cheney is also here. a congressional delegation from the u.s. will be in attendance. queen elizabeth and prince philip will be here as well as who's who of british polit
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businesses should live by a moral code. >>> i grew up admiring margaret thatcher. it was obvious to many of us in india in 1970s that economics didn't work and her forms were the right course. privatize industry and deregulate have largely been vindicated by history, but that doesn't tell us very much about what to do today. consider the world in 1979 when thatcher came to power. the average britain's life was a series of interactions with government. telephone, gas, electricity, water service, ports, trains, airlines were all owned and run by the state. as was steel companies and even jaguar and rolls royce. in almost all cases this led to inefficiency. it took months to just get a home telephone line installed. marginal tax rates were ferociously high. reaching up to 83%. britain was not unusual in most european countries. the state had a large roll amid the demanding of the country. even america had tax rates in the 1970s in the range of 70%. and government tightly regulated communications, transportation, finance. today's world is completely different. 30 years of privatization, tax
thatcher. her funeral is about to begin. we'll take you live to london when this special edition of "early start" continues. u 8 >>> welcome back to "early start." funeral services for the iron lady, margaret thatcher, get underway in just about an hour from now. begins with the procession through the streets of london. she will be given a full military funeral. security will be tight with more than 4,000 police officers on patrol. cnn's dan rivers is in london. i understand there will be some protesters there as well? >> reporter: there are some protesters here. security is tight, especially given what happened in boston on monday. let's talk to hillary jones. some people talk about the taste of protesting at a funeral. what's your response to that? >> my response is that this kind of funeral is unprecedented. it's normal for royalty or wartime leaders to have this kind of sendoff. it never happened for another prime minister other than those circumstances. if you're going to spend our public money at a time of recession like this, they opened themselves up to those of us who felt like ma
of the capitol. >>> mixed emotions in great britain over the passing of margaret thatcher. >> good morning. margaret thatcher's funeral is y s away and now police are being forced to spend millions of dollars on extra security. >> organizers called it the party of a lifetime. hundreds of people braving the rain to celebrate the death of margaret thatcher. they've been holding these so-called death parties since the former prime minister passed away last week. to some people in britain margaret thatcher is a stressed politician. to others she's remembered for policies that led to- jobs and broken communities. >> what is truly astonishing is when you look at the pictures of people having what are called death parties, many of them weren't born. we're going back 23 years so when she left power. >> that anger and the expectation of protest adding to security concerns surrounding thatcher's funeral on wednesday. >> a song denouncing thatcher has soured to number two on the british pop charts. >> police will spend the most money on security for thatcher's funeral since the london summer olympics
be the best buy signal of gold all year. stuart: and there's a link betweening margaret thatcher and how she fought socialism then and president obama in america now. i'm going to boil it down in my take next. ♪ # >> but we have to pass the bill so that we can find out what is in it away from the fog of the controversy. imus: sorry, but we do keep running it, nancy pelosi talking about passing obamacare to find out what is in it and almost every day we're finding something else in it, like the cost of those tens of thousands of navigators. we've got the dollar number, can you guess what it is? we'll tell you next, it's huge. plus, are we correct to put the personal computer on death watch? clayton morris weighs in on the future of tech, coming up the top of the hour. early this week, margaret thatcher passed away. early next week, you have to have your tax forms in to the irs. there is a connection. here is my take on her death and your taxes, i'm not being cute. lady thatcher had a lot to say about taxes and president obama had a lot to do with the taxes you will pay by next monday, and
to honor the memory of margaret thatcher. when she passed, the united states lost a great ally, and the world lost one of the greatest champ yons of liberty -- champions of liberty who has ever lived. i commend our colleague, senator mitch mcconnell for offering a resolution approved by unanimous consent praising margaret thatcher's leadership, and i commend all 100 senators for consenting and adopting that resolution. i'd like to spend a brief amount of time talking about the incredible import of margaret thatcher's legacy. margaret thatcher became familiar to so many of us in the united states after she started winning elections. we think of her as the scourge of socialist policies that threatened to ruin britain, as the resolute victor of the falklands war, and of course as the ideological soulmate of president reagan who battled the soviets. i've always been fond of her admonition that conservatives need to first win the argument, then we'll win the vote. in other words, that we need to effectively communicate our ideas in order to prevail in elections, and elections will n
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. >> and north korea. at the passing of the iron lady, margaret thatcher. the in lady of the western world. -- the iron lady of the western world. captioned by the national captiong instite --www.ncicap.org-- months since sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut, the killing ground for an apparently deranged young man. the families of the victims of gun violence have been leading the effort to prod congress in enacting the first gun-control legislation in years. in chicago, the first lady spoke of attending the funeral of a young lady who until a week after the inauguration. >> ere is a reason all of us are on this earth. i urge them to use their lives to give meaning. >> the appeals of sandy hook family members moved one senator to tears. >> i am a parent. i have a grandson. [indiscernible] >> that is west virginia democrat's joe machin, who along with republican pat toomey is sponsoring a bill to extend background checks. believe it or not, the legislation has passed its first a filibuster.past charles, what are the chances of this bill passing? >> i think we will get some ex
yard is on high alert as margaret thatcher is laid to rest. we'll go live to london. >>> plus, former south carolina governor mark sanford is in the hot seat again. we'll tell you why when "early today" returns. here are some other stories we're following this morning. nbc news capitol hill correspondent kelly o'donnell reporting the gang of eight senators' new bill has been filed. the bill would create a path to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented individuals currently living in the u.s. >>> former south carolina governor mark sanford is being accused of trespassing at the home of his ex-wife. he's ordered to appear at a hearing next month two days after a special congressional election. sanford is trying to revive his political career after it was derailed by an extramarital affair that ended his marriage. >>> and new zealand has become the 13th country in the world and the first in the asia-pacific region to legalize same-sex marriage. hundreds of gay rights advocates celebrated the 77-55 vote last night outside of parliament there. >>> the heightened state of alert after t
are in favor of tougher gun laws. that is down from 58% in january. ♪[ music ] >>> margaret thatcher was laid to rest today in london. more than 2,000 people along with queen elizabeth attended the former prime minister's funeral. thatcher held office from 1979 to 1990. the conservative leader's funeral was also met by protestors. she died earlier this month. margaret thatcher was 87. >>> a blaring car alarm helped save a family from a house fire on the peninsula. the flames gutted a san mateo home and garage this morning. the man was actually up getting ready for work around 3:30 a.m. when he heard the car alarm go off. he ran out, saw his car on fire and the father then ran back in the house and got his wife and seven children out safely. >>> well, a bay area icon has moved into its new digs officially at pier 15 in san francisco. and kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is live at the exploratorium with the opening day's festivities. are there big crowds? >> reporter: yeah, a lot of smiles at the new exploratorium today not only from the kids but their parents, city leaders and exploratorium
, margaret thatcher talked about teen education, and health care around the country. this is 20 minutes. >> mr. speaker, this new parliamentary session is the start of a new decade. the 1970's where a decade when britain was in decline. when socialism that we had to be treated like some third world country. the 1980's have been a decade where britain regained her strength and pride. we can respond to change with confidence. british industry -- one, until i finish this particular paragraph. being set free to adapt to new ways and new technologies and an unparalleled rage. businesses can once again get a good return on investment. that is why over the three years, we are seeing a 40% increase in business investment and at an unprecedented advance. that is why this country has been getting the lion's share of business coming into the community. they prefer to come to britain. i will give way to the honorable gentleman. >> the prime minister talks about pride in our country. what sort of pride does she have in the fact that she is the only prime minister since the second world war who has p
&a" with members of the senate youth program. then, tributes to market thatcher. then a house hearing on threats from around the world with the cia and fbi directors. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] monday, american express ceo discusses his company's work in digital commerce, global economy, and job creation. by the public got 30 p.m. eastern on c-span3. >> certainly, general petraeus thought his private communications were going to remain private. we should have that reasonable expectation that when we are communicating with one person, we are not committed in with the government and we are not laying out our whole lives to the government. to be want government trustworthy. we do not want to say to the american people, trust the government. as we see new problems, you should pass laws to protect people's privacy in the fourth amendment rights, rather than say the government has not abused those yet, so why are you concerned? the courts may come in and save the day. ok. they might. while we are here, how about we m
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gathering in london for the funeral of margaret thatcher. right now her coffin is being carried through the city streets atop a horse drawn gun carriage. thatcher, of course, ruled britain from 1979 to 1990 and died april 8th of a stroke. just a few minutes her body will arrive at st. paul's cathedral where thousands of more thanners including representatives from 170 countries are waiting. annabel roberts is love in london for us. what else can we expect this morning? >> good morning, brian. i think you'll see a ceremony today full of pomp and a degree of pageantry. this is not a state funeral. but it's not far off. basically, there isn't a huge difference. and the queen is attending. margaret thatcher's son and daughter carol and mark have just taken their seats as you can see from the pictures, the coffin is being driven through the streets towards st. paul's. it's on the back of a first world war gunriage being carried by horses. it will be there shortly for the ceremony which, as you say, is being attended by dignitaries from around the world. there is no member of the obama admini
, too. >>> it didn't take long for things to go from bad to worse in london. anti-thatcher protesters squaring off with police. >>> and a public view of jesse jackson jr. for the first time in two months following his gui guilty plea on corruption charges with his dad. >>> many will have hard time believe what justin bieber left behind at the ann frank house in amsterdam. where cutting taxes for families and businesses is our business. we've reduced taxes and lowered costs to save businesses more than two billion dollars to grow jobs, cut middle class income taxes to the lowest rate in sixty years, and we're creating tax free zones for business startups. the new new york is working creating tens of thousands of new businesses, and we're just getting started. to grow or start your business visit thenewny.com i worked a patrol unit for 17 years in the city of baltimore. when i first started experiencing the pain, it's hard to describe because you have a numbness but yet you have the pain like thousands of needles sticking in your foot. it was progressively getting worse, and at that poi
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